My wife and I attended the Kenai Peninsula State Fair on Aug. 20. We started on the left and tried to visit all the booths and items to be judged, also the poultry and livestock barns and stopped at the auction for a few minutes.
There were many interesting booths, but the one we were planning to visit, we totally missed on our first pass through the grounds.
Finally going through about a 6-foot walkway past the restrooms we found the stand we were seeking. Behind it were vendor stands with a walkway for visitors but the one I am speaking of had no thoroughfare, as on one end was farm machinery and in front was a performing stage for different events.
I believe that the fair board should purchase a large "Blue ribbon" to present to themselves. It should read "First place for dirty tricks" and be hung in their office.
Anyone who does not know what I am referring to should contact the fair board and I'm sure they could explain it.
Paul Morrison, Kenai
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